i know that the standard ACL syntax in the router we mention the SOURCE ip address,right?
but when i read a configuration guid file for the standard ACL in the ASA firewall in cisco.com i found that we mention the DESTINATION
so this difference in the same type of ACL in the router and the ASA is right and logical ?
thanks for your reply,
I have not realized this until now!
I always use extended ACLs for everything and it's been a while since using a standard ACL.
You are 100% correct and on the ASA, the standard ACL is based on destination (not source) as opposed to IOS.
I've seen standard ACLs on ASA for split-tunneling and for OSPF configuration in route-maps.